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What to Do in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Attractions

Hong Kong attractions are plentiful thanks to a territory filled with wonders both natural and man-made. The intriguing history of this city state means walking through the streets of Wan Chai or Kowloon feels like a piece of living history, plus there is the fantastic natural landscapes to admire, from the numerous islands to epic mountain hikes. The attractions on offer in Hong Kong are seemingly never-ending and you won't want to miss a thing. Here you will find a complete rundown of all the places to go and things to see in Hong Kong. Due to the highly seasonal weather, make sure you dress appropriately and wear comfortable shoes because the terrain is notoriously steep.

No matter what type of attraction you are looking for in Hong Kong - the best parks, island escapes, panoramic viewpoints, tourist landmarks - we have them all, right here and now. 

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  • 10 Best Things to Do in Hong Kong

    10 Best Things to Do in Hong Kong

    Hong Kong is an endlessly fascinating destination due to its rich history, its cultural diversity and for its many Read More»

  • 10 Best Panoramic Views

    Hong Kong has one of the most incredible skylines in the world; sweeping panoramas have been the scene of many a movie Read More»

  • 10 REALLY Cheap Things to Do in Hong Kong

    10 REALLY Cheap Things to Do

    Doing Hong Kong on the cheap might seem difficult at first, but if you are determined to keep a tight fist around your Read More»

  • 5 Best Temples in Hong Kong

    The best temples in Hong Kong have been gathered from across the city state and a visit to any of these religious Read More»

  • 5 Best Beaches in Hong Kong

    The best beaches in Hong Kong have been selected from a surprisingly long list of sandy bays found throughout the Read More»

  • 5 Best Hong Kong Theme Parks

    Theme Parks in Hong Kong include some of the finest (and biggest) in the region. There are two main parks that attract Read More»

  • The Peak in Hong Kong

    The Peak

    The view from the Peak will take your breath away… The Peak – Hong Kong's premier tourist spot, about 500-metres high – Read More»

  • Symphony of Lights

    Symphony of Lights

    This is the world's largest permanent light and sound show. The show creates an all-round vision of coloured lights, Read More»

  • Hong Kong Disneyland

    Hong Kong Disneyland

    Hong Kong Disneyland is based on the original Disneyland in California. The resort includes a theme park with four Read More»

  • Wong Tai Sin Temple

    Wong Tai Sin Temple

    Wong Tai Sin is the most popular temple in Hong Kong. The 18,000sqm temple is located in Wong Tai Sin, Kowloon and is Read More»

  • Giant Buddha - the Tian Tan Buddha Statue

    Big Buddha

    Opened to the public in 1970, Po Lin Monastery is the home of three big golden Buddha statues as well as a 34-metre Read More»

  • Man Mo Temple (Hong Kong Island)

    Man Mo Temple is the oldest and certainly one of the most revered temples in Hong Kong. The smell of incense and the Read More»

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  • 10 Best Things to Do with Kids in Hong Kong

    10 Best Things to Do with Kids in Hong Kong

    There’s a huge range of things to do with kids in Hong Kong, from world famous theme parks to chilling at the beach. You Read More»

  • Hong Kong Science Museum

    The Hong Kong Science Museum is a great example of a modern, interactive museum that is educational, enlightening and a Read More»

  • Dragon’s Back Hike Hong Kong

    Dragon’s Back Hike takes you up to Shek O Peak and then back down the other side and is widely considered the best hike Read More»

  • Hong Kong Observation Wheel

    The Hong Kong Observation Wheel (HK Ferris Wheel) is a recent addition to the city and one of the easiest ways to get a Read More»

  • Asia-World Arena Hong Kong

    Hong Kong’s Asia-World Arena is the premier live performance venue in the city, and with a standing and seating capacity Read More»

  • Hong Kong Maritime Museum

    The Hong Kong Maritime Museum details the rich heritage of Hong Kong’s trade and maritime history, from the early days Read More»

Hong Kong Disneyland

Hong Kong Disneyland

Hong Kong Disneyland is based on the original Disneyland in California. The resort includes a theme park with four Read More...

Ocean Park Hong Kong

Ocean Park Hong Kong

Ocean Park is Hong Kong’s biggest amusement and animal theme park. With more than 35 attractions and rides inside the Read More...

Noah’s Ark Hong Kong

Noah’s Ark Hong Kong is an educational children’s activity with a genuine ark just like in the bible – and it’s huge! Read More...

2 Days in Hong Kong

A weekend in Hong Kong is surely one of the most popular city breaks or stopovers in Asia and this page is here to Read More...

10 Best Tours in Hong Kong

10 Best Tours in Hong Kong

With a vivid history still reflected in its architecture and cityscape, and one of the most distinctive skylines in the Read More...

10 Things to Do When it Rains

When it rains in Hong Kong it can really pour down. Having a plan of what to do in case of a rainy day in Hong Kong can Read More...

10 Best Things to Do in Hong Kong

10 Best Things to Do in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is an endlessly fascinating destination due to its rich history, its cultural diversity and for its many Read More...

10 Best Things to Do in Causeway Bay

10 Best Things to Do in Causeway Bay

With a name synonymous with shopping, Causeway Bay attracts the type of traveller who arrives with a half-empty suitcase Read More...

10 Best Things to Do in Central Hong Kong

10 Best Things to Do in Central Hong Kong

Central is the epicentre of Hong Kong. This is where you will find many of the finance companies head offices but also Read More...

10 Best Things to Do in Wan Chai

10 Best Things to Do in Wan Chai

Wan Chai has an excellent range of attractions and landmarks, some of which are iconic symbols of Hong Kong. If it is Read More...

10 Best Attractions in Kowloon

Kowloon is a sprawling area of land on the tip of mainland China that was ceded to Britain in 1860. As an extension of Read More...

10 Best Things to Do in Macau

10 Best Things to Do in Macau

Macau (also known as Macao) is one of the most fascinating destinations in Asia with its old-world Sino-European Read More...

Hong Kong Attractions Guide A-Z

All Attractions A to Z

All Attractions A to Z

Hong Kong's personality paradox is that it is a functioning, working city that has even more attractions than other, Read More...

Hong Kong Attractions by Areas

Attractions by Areas

Hong Kong is rich with culture, art and modern history. Shoppers can start off at the famous Stanley Market. ForLan Kwai Read More...

Hong Kong Themed Attractions

Themed Attractions

Markets, temples, parks… What more could the young and the young-at-heart ask for? Exploring places with special themes Read More...

Hong Kong Landmarks & Viewpoints

Hong Kong Landmarks

The Hong Kong SAR is known for its melding of history and modernity, east and west. Let us introduce you to some of Read More...

Museums & Galleries in Hong Kong

Museums & Galleries

When it comes to lifelong learning, Hong Kong provides you with opportunities to broaden your mind at every turn. Here Read More...

Temples in Hong Kong

Temples in Hong Kong

Temples in Hong Kong are among the most visited attractions in the region. Whether Buddhist, Taoist, Confucian or Read More...

Parks & Gardens in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Parks & Gardens

Although recognizable for its trademark steel and glass skyline, Hong Kong also brims with green. Urban parks and Read More...

Honeymoon in Hong Kong

Honeymoon in Hong Kong

In the classic romantic film, A Many-Splendoured Thing, Han Suyin tells of how she met Mark Elliot and how their love Read More...

Islands around Hong Kong

Islands around Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) is, in fact, a collection of 236 islands, among which Lantau Island is Read More...

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